Hyperinflation in economics is used to refer to a condition whereby there is inflation that is out of control. The main cause of hyperinflation is a rapid and massive increase in the money supply.
The main focus of the article's concern is the inflation rise that US economics experiences now and the impact it has on US consumer spending.
Hyperinflation is inflation at an extremely high rate, and it is singled out as a separate one since it leads to the collapse of commodity-money circulation and the country's financial system due to the loss [...]
The purpose of the study is to examine trends and patterns of the variation in the consumer price indices for gasoline and electricity in Canada.
From the article, the authors depict how the interest rates in developed countries like the United States compare with those of the emerging markets such as China, India, and Brazil.
In simpler terms, inflation is the rise in the cost of living due to an exaggerated increase in commodity prices. This is because the rate of savings will be lower than the inflation resulting in [...]
That is the money in the hands of the consumers is more causing an increase in the aggregate demand. On the other side, the lender of the money loses some value of the money given [...]
Getting used to moderate rates of inflation that were the major feature of the American economy, citizens of the United States are likely to criticize the Fed in case of failing to guarantee price stability.
The New Keynesian formula that the authors of the paper were trying to create, in its turn was supposed to provide justification for the lack of forecast efficacy in determining the changes in inflation rates, [...]
Oil prices in the international market have been on a consistent decline since June 2014 and the impact of this decline on the economy of the country has been evident. It is expected that the [...]
Debates supporting the concept of inflation targeting are premised on the idea that recession remains as a greater challenge relative to the state of high inflation. The basis of inflation targeting is always to monitor [...]
In such a case, the reduced injections into the circular flow of the economy trim down the demand, which reduces inflation, and the general growth of the economy reduces significantly.
On the contrary, a fall in world oil prices has resulted in increased revenue and tax collection by the government of the UK. A decline in the world oil prices will result in increased tax [...]
Aggregate Supply and Demand: Oil Prices and Expo The Expo is likely to increase the aggregate demand in UAE; the result of that is the shift of the curve to the right and the rise [...]
This is indicated by the power of the president as well as the parliament or congress to choose the governing body of any central bank.
One of the features of this kind of inflation is a rapid rise in the price level with the currency loosing its value.
With this hint in mind, this paper aims at evaluating the reasons why the numerous efforts by the Japanese government and the Bank of Japan have failed miserably in rescuing the economy of the country.
In theory inflation targeting is straightforward: the impending rate of inflation is predicted by the central bank, later on it is juxtaposed with the target rates which the government considers as appropriate for the economy [...]
However, the euro zone found itself in a predicament from late 2009 after the economic downturns that faced some countries in the euro zone.
The subsequent encroachment of inflation diminishes the value of money hence even if people had more money, the value of their cash was meaningless, a phenomenon similar to tax collection, which reduces the total amount [...]
Some of the effects of high inflation rate that has been felt in the economy are the increase of the housing prices, and cost of fuel increased by approximately 5%, thereby increasing the cost of [...]
The European Member States should recommend the use of economic stimulus package in order to spur economic activity in the region.
Monetary policy refers to the actions pursued by the central bank of a country to regulate the amount of money supply in the economy.
A high inflation rate in the commodity currency host country would lead to a fall for demand for the products produced in the host country leading to the lesser demand of the currency and the [...]
The period in the slowdown of an economy is named the contraction; the recession is the period when the economy is at the bottom.
The countries stability of the banking sector was also seen in the change in banking activities over the period of global financial crisis, the country recorded the worst banking growth rate in the years between [...]
It is in tandem with Keynes recommendations to bail out the agents as the government did in the wake of the crisis.
According to the Bank of England, inflation occurs when the demand exceeds the ability by the economy's capacity to produce goods and services.
During the same year, the alterations in the price of oil were activated by a change in the supply of the same commodity in the market place.
In this case, the volumes of money being circulated exceeds the supply of goods and services in the same market thus leading to an upward adjustment of prices in order to absorb the extra monies [...]
One of the specific factors that can be attributed to the recent international financial crisis was the loss on housing mortgage loans due to the decline of mortgage prices in the market.
The supply is affected by the increase of prices of food in the global market, whereby, the Chinese government finds it difficult to satisfy the food demand of the increasing population of the Chinese population.
On the road to becoming the second largest economy, China has experienced growth rates of about 10% in the last 30 years making it to top the list of the fastest growing economies.
However, the fears created by the deficit spending is also advantageous to the future of the U.S.economy since it encourages the American citizens to work harder to save more to overcome the bad economic situation [...]
It is notable to recognize the fact that the rate of savings in the nation is quite high causing a dip in the rate of inflation.
The figure of Okun's coefficient indicated that every percentage point above 4%, of real output growth, became related with a decrease in the rate of unemployment of 0.
The theory states that if there is no arbitrage, then the difference in interest rates of two currencies will be depicted on the premium or discount for forward exchange rate of the foreign currency.
Although the above mentioned statistics make it appear as though the standard of living is much better now than it was in 2008, the reality of my experience and many other people sharply contradicts these [...]
The reason for this is quite apparent it was namely the Democrats' preoccupation with 'combating poverty' that resulted in passing of the infamous Community Reinvestment Act and in reinforcing its provisions through the course of [...]
With the increase in oil prices, energy costs have increased, and this has resulted into an increase in the prices of products manufactured in the industries. In 2009 the government made a policy to increase [...]
This paper, using the quarterly data from 1980 to 2010, examines the causes behind the inflation in Saudi, its effects, and the effectiveness of the counter-strategies and policies the Saudi government has put in place [...]
The aim of the paper is to summarize the article on unemployment and establish a connection between the article and the economic theories unemployment.
Bureau of Labor Statistics The rise in the unemployment rate in 2008 can be termed as cyclical unemployment rate, i.e.the unemployment that occurs due to changes in business cycle.
When the recession is severe, there is an increase in the rate of national unemployment and hence a rise in the number of unemployed individuals in the society.
The Great Recession The great recession of 2008-09 is considered to be the worst recession that hit the American economy since World War II, furthermore the fact that the American economy was entering into recession [...]
The general situation in the political and economical life of the country is the best way to see the situation in the country and to analyze the general development and the opportunities the country has.
The recession of the early 1990s was largely responsible for the drop in inflation rates. As per the theoretical model of money supply and inflation, increases in money supply will lead to inflationary pressures.
The scarcity of money and shortage of credit policy that was implemented by the central bank of the United States to control the condition cane out to be an incorrect move as it worsened the [...]
The Great depression is one of the occurrences that have led to the changes in the system; however the system maintains its main goals, which are; Enacting monetary guiding principles and ensuring that the policies [...]
This means that the expenditure of that government is sustained by the revenues collected by the government. These options are the backbone of monetary policy, in which the government tries to control the supply of [...]
It is undeniable that Bangladesh has a great growth potential that needs to be capitalized on for the well being of its people.
The sphere of inflation in China relates to the consumer price index which has recorded a rising orientation in the near past.
In case of an increase in the consumer price index in the short run this depicts instances of inflation while a decrease of the consumer price index in the short run denotes instances of deflation.
This was at the height of the recession that continues to grapple the country with major negative implications in the economy.
Background of the study The restaurant industry, both domestic and multinationals, were faced with extremely tough challenges through the end of 2009 due to the economic hardship that lead to weak labor and tight credit [...]
1 2008 3.4 7.5 9. 3 Unemployment rate 6.1 6.2 6.4 6.8 6.9 7.1 7.3 7.5 7.